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"OK Livery Stable" This is a livery stable where horses were housed and cared for. There are three men standing out front, two of them with bridled horses.
"Front Street - Elgin - After Opera House was built. Before fire bell tower was built higher" "July 4th water fight held between 2 fire hydrants to see who would be No. 1: The Nowegians - Rasmussens vs. The Swedes - Simonsens Greased pole to climb on…
"Wm. Fine Livery & Feed Stable - Elgin 1910+/-" From Bernal Hug's "History of Elgin, Oregon" (page 102) "picture no. 72 - Looking northeast at Wm. Fine Livery Stable. Twenty-four hours a day teams came and went here." [Photograph used in "History of…
"Elgin Scenes 1920-1925" Livery & Feed Stable in Elgin, Oregon.
"6444. Late 1800's Summerville - from Glen McKenzie originals - Clyde McKenzie (Glen's father) in Hack" [Photograph used in "History of Union County, Oregon" (page 236), edited and compiled by Bernal D. Hug.]
"Wallowa Livery Stable - Burned, September 1914. (First one built circa 1890.) Owned by Nate Crowfut, operated by Johnson Hawley. Gable faced north. Building was located east of bank, on opposite corner. It was replaced by the Morelock Garage…
"Sunday School group in Promise, Oregon (Wallowa County) - circa 1910. The Carper family, who owned the original photograph that this print was made from, came out from West Virginia to homestead in Promise in 1897."
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